Where is Don Hutchison now?
The much travelled midfielder Don Hutchison finally hung up his boots in 2008 after a spell playing in the lower leagues with at Luton Town.
He will be always be appreciated at Kenilworth Road after donating his final pay packet to sponsor two youth players when the club was experiencing financial problems.
Although he was never part of a side which won any domestic silverware, Hutchison was a fan’s favourite wherever he played because he liked to get stuck in and popped up with a few goals.
Despite being born in England, Hutchison played for the Scottish national side and will always be remembered for scoring the winning header in their 1-0 win against England at Wembley in 1999.
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Since retiring, Hutchison has forged a new career as a well respected pundit. match analyst and co-commentator across various media networks including BT Sport, Al Jazeera Sports, talkSPORT ESPN and PLTV.
He is also a regular columnist for The Sunderland Chronicle penning his views on both Sunderland and Newcastle United.
Hutchison has also worked as coach for an under 13 football team based in Essex called the Colebrook Royals.
In July 2017 Hutchison represented Scotland in Star Sixes, a six-a-side indoor international tournament at the O2 in London featuring some of the world’s most iconic footballers,
Don Hutchison: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Everton, Liverpool, Sunderland, West Ham United|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com